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The Lying Game – Ruth Ware

New York Times Bestseller From the instant New York Times bestselling author of blockbuster thrillers In a Dark, Dark Wood and The Woman in Cabin 10 comes Ruth Ware’s chilling new novel, The Lying Game. On a cool June morning, a woman is walking her dog in the idyllic coastal village of Salten along a tidal estuary known as the Reach. Before she can stop him, the dog charges into the water to retrieve what first appears to be a wayward stick, but to her horror, turns out to be something much more ...    Read More >



The Preston Emerald – Erik Carter

A dinner party. A stolen emerald. And murdered dinner guests. Barnaby Wilcox is out of his element. He accepts an invitation to an evening at a mansion of all places. Still, it’s a free meal and a chance to forget his problems for one night. Could be fun. But when a priceless gem disappears and his fellow guests start dying off, Barnaby knows this isn’t going to be the relaxing trip he’d envisioned. As the body count grows and a violent storm traps everyone in ...    Read More >



The Red Hunter – Lisa Unger

New York Times bestselling author Lisa Unger “brings her trademark of intense suspense, believable characters and sharp plotting” (Sun-Sentinel) to this heart-stopping new psychological thriller, and proves once again why she is regarded as “one of today’s best thriller writers, period.” (Literary Hub) A Must-Read (CBS), HotList Pick (Booklist), Key Thriller (Library Journal) What is the difference between justice and revenge? Claudia Bishop’s perfect life fell apart when the aftermath of a brutal assault left her with a crumbling marriage, a newborn daughter, and a constant ...    Read More >

Hook, Line and Blinker – Jana DeLeon

Nobody knows speed like Ida Belle. Behind the wheel of her hopped-up Blazer, she’s the queen of the back roads. But when someone tries to kill Hot Rod and steals only black SUVs from his shop, Fortune worries that excessive horsepower is the least of the trouble that comes along with her friend’s new ride. When it becomes clear that the car thieves didn’t get what they were looking for the first time around and Ida Belle’s vehicle becomes their next target, Fortune and Gertie ...    Read More >

The Congregation – A.J. Griffiths-Jones

A bustling mining town in 1970s England awaits the arrival of their new vicar. People are not sure what to expect as the rather aloof Reverend Matthews descends upon his unfamiliar parish, but nevertheless he is welcomed with open arms and gathered into the flock. However, on discovering a journal left by his predecessor, the clergyman soon begins to wonder what secrets lie behind the seemingly innocent lives of his congregation. The unexpected arrival of the Bishop causes the vicar to question his own past ...    Read More >

Source – Zach Abrams

“Several incidents rock the Royal National Bank to its core, causing its share price to tumble and world stock markets to ripple. International economic stability is at risk. Tom is an accomplished, unhappily married journalist from London, seeking to advance his career. Sally is single, ambitious and independent. Visiting from Australia, she is chasing the same story. Eager to research the wrongdoings at RNB exposed by whistle-blowers, they follow a trail of leads from London to Glasgow, Manchester, Barcelona and Collioure. But they tread a ...    Read More >



House of Spies – Daniel Silva

From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Black Widow comes the thrilling new summer blockbuster featuring legendary spy, assassin and art restorer Gabriel Allon. A heart-stopping tale of suspense, Daniel Silva’s runaway bestseller, The Black Widow, was one of 2016’s biggest novels. Now, in House of Spies, Gabriel Allon is back and out for revenge – determined to hunt down the world’s most dangerous terrorist, a shadowy ISIS mastermind known only as Saladin. Four months after the deadliest attack on the American homeland since 9/11, terrorists leave a trail of carnage ...    Read More >

Ogre’s Lament – Stuart G. Yates

Spain, 1648. Fifteen-year-old Luis is different than everyone else in the small, sweltering village of Riodelgado – because he can read. Targeted by the local toughs, who make his life a misery, Luis works tirelessly to provide for his ailing mother and young sister. Then, one day, a wandering soldier arrives to the village and everything changes. People are murdered. Children disappear. The mayor blames an ogre, and the soldier has evidence of the hideous creature. He demands it be hunted down. It becomes clear ...    Read More >